Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Good handwriting is an outcome of good reading skills

Do you believe that your reading habits can decide if your handwriting is good or poor? Yes, it does. Good reading habits make your handwriting legible and beautiful, while poor reading habits affects it negatively.

Reading books, novels, blogs, newspaper etc. aids in gaining more and more knowledge every single day. When an individual (who is also a good reader writes a piece, he utilizes his knowledge that he has gained from numerous sources. This makes his write-up more professional. As a result, the confidence that the things included in the write-up are correct reflects in the form of “good handwriting”.

On the other hand, a person who does not read has limited knowledge. He feels scared of expressing himself both verbally and in writing. He would lack confidence of writing useful information in his pieces and thus he would produce poor and illegible letters and words in handwriting.

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